Anonymous
I had an unprtected vaginal sex . I had 4th generation a test 92 days after exposure and a PCR RNA (20 copies/ml undetectable is it enough?thnaks
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Anonymous
Hello and thanks for using AIDS Vancouver as your source for HIV/AIDS related information.
All HIV tests are considered conclusive at 12 weeks (or roughly 90 days). Unless you have had any other high risk exposures (unprotected sex and needle sharing) since then, your results are conclusive. I am not a medical professional, so I cannot comment on your 20 copies/ml result. These tests are very complicated. However, the lab technicians who administer them understand how to interpret your results. If the test said that you were non-reactive, you are HIV negative, and there is no need to worry about any specific number on your test results.
Cheers,AllisonAIDS Vancouver Helpline Volunteer
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